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nutritionfacts.org/2020/11/24/acai-vs-wild-blueberries-for-artery-function

As I show at 2:52 in my video, you can get the same effect from wild blueberries, though: about a one-and-a-half-point bump in artery function two hours after blueberry consumption. This effect peaks then plateaus at about one and a half cups of blueberries, with two and a half cups and three and a half cups showing no further benefits.

www.eatthismuch.com/food/nutrition/wild-blueberry-muffin-mix,4367

Wild blueberry muffin mix General mills, betty crocker, dry 1 serving 128.4 calories 26.0 grams carbs 1.8 grams fat 2.1 grams protein 0 grams fiber 0 mg cholesterol 0.4 grams saturated fat 186 mg sodium 12.7 grams sugar 0 grams trans fat

www.wildblueberries.com/health-research/nutrition/nutrition-advisors

Kitty Broihier, MS, RD, LD is the Nutrition advisor and spokesperson for the Wild Blueberry Association of North America. She is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian with a Masters Degree in Nutrition and is the owner of NutriComm Inc., a food communications consulting company specializing in nutrition communications.

www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-1013/blueberry

The effect of wild blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium) consumption on postprandial serum antioxidant status in human subjects. Br.J.Nutr. 2002;88(4):389-398. View abstract.

academic.oup.com/advances/article/11/2/224/5536953

Blueberry-related improvements in long-term spatial memory of rodents is widely reported (29, 105– 108). Cognitive benefits of blueberries in tasks that engaged working memory and learning are also documented (105, 108, 109). Blueberry supplementation protected middle-aged mice from deficits in cognitive performance related to a high-fat diet .

www.welivealot.com/huckleberry-vs-blueberry

Blueberry Nutrition: Nutrition Facts ... Wild Blueberry Bush In Maine. Wild blueberries (Vaccinium angustifolium) are 1 of only 3 berries that are native to North America. Many claim that although these wild blueberries are a little smaller, they pack more flavor and are juicer than their domesticated brethren. ...

www.kashi.com/en_US/products/kashi-go-waffles-wild-blueberry.html

Kashi GO’s Non-GMO Project Verified GO Protein Waffles deliver the convenience of a quick breakfast, everyday snack, or a base for recipe creations with 13g of protein. The protein is derived from a mix of hemp seeds, cage-free eggs, soy and whey protein. Each box contains eight waffles to be heated in a toaster or microwave, to create fluffy and crispy, ready-to-enjoy waffles.

thefoodiephysician.com/wild-blueberry-galette

Compared to regular cultivated blueberries, these nutritional superstars have 2x the amount of antioxidants, 30% less sugar and 72% more fiber! Plus, wild blueberries have a more intense blueberry flavor, making them perfect for recipes like this one.

nutritiontwins.com/wild-blueberry-cookie-awesome-wild-blueberry-giveaway

Wild Blueberry Cookie Other than the fact this cookie has no added sugar and tastes insanely delish and perfectly sweet, it’s packed with wholesome goodness. You’ve got protein, nutrients, fiber and the powerhouse nutrients from the Wild Blueberries. ... Nutrition Facts Per Serving (1 Cookie): 75 Calories, 12 g carbohydrate, 3 g fat, 2 g ...

www.hunker.com/12339653/what-do-wild-blueberry-bushes-look-like

The two primary species of wild blueberries that grow in North America are the lowbush blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium) and the sour top (Vaccinium myrtilloides). The sour top is a larger shrub, reaching heights of 6 to 24 inches tall, while the lowbush blueberry grows 3 to 15 inches high.